When I started writing about this, I had a lot of passion for it, thoughts were coming like rain, ideas never stopped bringing new, I didn't stop though I am finding the way harder than expected, maybe because all of what's going on around.

I made sure I don't write anything in the past 3 weeks because I didn't want my content to be very emotional in one hand, and in the other hand I was blaming myself for not doing so because I needed to elaborate my thoughts somewhere.

Reuters

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As for who don't know, The revolution in Lebanon took place on the 17th of October and still ongoing, hoping things will get better in the coming days.

Here we are at day 48 of my journey and 26 of the revolution, taking a step back to have a wider view on what's going on and plan for the next step. Although this is a hard time for anyone living in Lebanon, we are all subconsciously emotionally affected by everything going on and this affect every person on different levels.

It is already hard to be living in an unstable country, economically and politically, which are the most 2 factors can affect a person's future. We've reached a level some actions are unbearable, from raising taxes without return, to not creating a clear economic plan, all they way to playing on the sectarian level.. All of this lead to this blowup situation we are living now, people couldn't handle it and the revolution was a must.

While hoping this goes the way the people want on a logic way, the struggle of pursuing on the path I am creating is getting bigger. Mixed feelings all the time, although I am a very optimistic person, but I am a reasonable one too! Chances things to get worsen are big, but I count on the young people on the ground, revolting against the war and anything related. Students went down to revolt against the bad future they waited them in such corrupted place, a light of change is showing in the near future. Young generation is the future, and they are creating their own while elders failed to give them one, they failed to give them a free, safe, prosperous country, that's why they are revolting, against their parents who failed questioning the responsible of this deterioration of everything in this country and letting them splash their corruption on all different sectors in the government.

Tyre ( Sour in Arabic) – Lebanon

Tyre ( Sour in Arabic) – Lebanon

We must commit to lift ourselves and country from the ashes we are laying on today, educational and brainstorm circles are being created on different places in different cities to teach, inform, learn about every single topic that is related to this fact. We are a well educated country, we deserve our share of Lebanese brains participating in the upcoming lift of the economy and the country overall.